Princess Kate Got Help From Her Mother In Caring For Prince George

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Little prince George, the future king of England, is getting a taste of the country life. Carole Middleton, who is the grandmother of the 17-month-old prince, went with him on an outing to a farmers’ market close to her home in Bucklebury. Soon after they came, he has sampled some of the goods on offer.

The most fun family moment came as 59-year-old Carole pitched in to help pregnant Princess Kate with the childcare, allowing child’s nanny Maria Borrallo to have some free time.
One of the villagers said that little George, who was dressed in tweed jacket, toured the stalls of organic crafts and vegetables and was “trying all the food.”

“He even went back for a second helping of Christmas pudding from one of the stalls. It was wonderful for the girl who makes them. It will make her year won’t it? It was just really, really sweet. He was just being like a normal toddler is, running around and exploring – he is such a sweetie. He’s lovely. A real bundle of fun.” – The villager added.

Another source said that the hands-on grandmother is like “any other nan-real mother hen.”

“She just keeps telling people ‘He’s gorgeous, isn’t he?’ like any other grandmother would say about their little one.” – The second source said.

While William and his wife Kate were visiting New York City on official business, this outing took place. Since then, Carole has joined her daughter Kate and William for the holidays at Anmer Hall, their own country home which is 160 miles away on the eastern side of the country.

While Kate is back to her old self after her severe pregnancy sickness, the family is looking forward to the royal couple’s second child, due in April. And grandparents Michael and Carole Middleton are sure to pitch in and help out.